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Oct 9, 2012 12:00pm PDT
being a small town virginia parent would not be that different from a big city parent, but suddenly for me the parenting world is bewildering. watching the other parents stack their 4-year-olds calendars with play dates and standardized test tutoring so they can go to the right kindergarten, i felt like a slacker. am i failing my child? is she already behind? have i doomed her to a life of misery because i couldn't get here in the right chess club? help. here with answers i hope is dr. madeline levine, a clinical psychologist and author whose first book "the price of privilege" was a run-away best seller. in her new best seller she argues that our typical measures of success like good grades and high s.a.t. scores are failing our children. thank you for joining us. >> my pleasure. >> first of all, let's go straight to the title of the book, the easiest measures of success are grades, s.a.t. scores later in life, high-paying jobs. what is authentic success. >> so, the operate word you used is easiest, so we like them because they're easy to measure. authentic success has, i would say
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